This position is located in the Chief Information Officer Organization, Division of Information Technology (DIT) Application Platforms and Delivery Branch of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and provides support in the areas of providing application solutions to enable efficient business operations and drive business agility.
Additional selections may be made from this vacancy announcement to fill identical vacancies that occur subsequent to this announcement.
Plans, organizes, and oversees the day-to-day activities of the section; manages and executes the budget within the amount allocated for each project/initiative; manages the section human resources including staff performances and hardware/software licensing and works to ensure all the Development, Operations, Maintenance and Enhancement tasks in the branch are executed appropriately.
Implements projects to develop, replace, and/or retire Automated Information Systems (AISs) as determined by the business customer and the Deputy Director. Supports Project Manager/Technical Lead in interacting with other CIOO business units to oversee specific AISs/Projects.
Communicates complex functional and technical requirements, issues, and problems to both technical and non-technical personnel, including preparing and presenting briefings to senior management officials and contractor management officials on complex and controversial issues.
Applies expertise in interrelationships of multiple IT disciplines, the enterprise IT architecture, performance management and measurement methods and tools, Agile/DevSecOps principles and project management methods.
Establishes, develops and, maintains computer system architecture, operating systems, systems analysis, programming, computer networking tools, information engineering and software development consistent with a systems development lifecycle software to ensure that the activities of the Section properly support projects and are consistent with FDIC’s information technology infrastructure.
25% or less - This position requires moderate travel.